Lauren Emory is searching for
her brother, Tim, who has been missing for many years. She
knows that he crossed from their home in New York to Anfall, a
world where wizards are in danger of dying out. In an effort
to find him she goes to Anfall and encounters members of the
royal family, chiefly Kasmarin, the Prince Adept.
Kas is a warrior wizard, who
has always lived in the shadow of his brother, King Luke.
When he meets Lauren he knows that she is the perfect bride
for Luke. She has magical gifts, and will help restore power
to the royal family. The only problem is the powerful
attraction between Lauren and Kas.
Kas tells Lauren that her
brother is being held at the castle Teren, an evil wizard who
also has control of a priceless artifact. The duo teams up
with several of the royal brothers to rescue Tim, and to
recover the artifact.
If they survive the battle,
Lauren must decide if she will betray her love for Kas and
marry Luke, or simply travel back to New York and try to put
the world of Anfall out of her mind.
The Princes of Anfall
is a rich tale of brotherhood and magic. Kas is a tortured
soul, who fights to do what is right, even though he knows
that it will break his heart. Lauren knows that he loves her,
but doesn’t quite understand why he battles that love. The
sparks that fly between them are hot and emotional. I felt
the pain that each of them felt, and loved watching them
discover each other.
Readers who enjoy tales of
magic and other worlds will love The Princes of Anfall.
The story is richly told, with well developed characters and a
magical story to tell.